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Leading TV maker Vestel has joined LG, Panasonic and Hisense has committed to using Eurofins’ 4K HDR Ultra HD logo on its latest range of sets.

Vestel Toshiba55in 21Dec2018Eurofins Digital Testing’s 4K HDR Ultra HD logo is said to be the only scheme available in the market today that identifies devices that have been tested to receive high dynamic range, Ultra HD and wide colour gamut (WCG) content over broadcast, broadband and HDMI. The logo is designed to meet the needs of broadcasters and service providers offering such content to viewers over the air or internet, or via HDMI from other compliant devices.

As one of the top three global TV producers, Vestel is synonymous with AV innovation, designing and manufacturing TV sets for nearly every major brand worldwide. Specifically, Eurofins certification and logo scheme will make it easy for consumers to identify Vestel TVs that have been tested to receive HDR, UHD and WCG content, from broadcast and broadband sources, as well as HDMI.

Eurofins adds that its Digital Testing’s logo references open standards, such as those from DVB and HbbTV, to encourage interoperability and it adds that it fills a gap not addressed by other schemes currently available. The logo will be visible on applicable 2019 models from Vestel and Toshiba.

“As one of the world’s most respected TV makers, we are excited that Vestel has joined other industry leaders in adopting the Eurofins’ 4K HDR Ultra HD logo,” said Eurofins Digital Testing international business line director Johan Craeybeckx. “Our logo provides assurance to consumers that the level of image quality expected from HDR UHD and WCG will be effectively achieved on Vestel’s latest range of TVs.”